"The editorial board of The Noiseless Spider agrees with Henry Miller that the pangs of birth relate not to the body, but to the spirit. It was demanded of us to know love, experience union and communion, and thus experience liberation from the wheel of life and death. But we have chosen to remail this side of Paradise and to create through art the illusory substance of our dreams. In a profound sense we are forever delaying the act. We flirt with destiny and lull ourselves to sleep with myth. We die in the throes of our own tragic legends, like spiders caught in our own web."
Call numberArchives ER146 v.15 no.2
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